People worldwide are beginning to notice the incredibly youthful, taut, and smooth skin of Hungarians. Many feel that it has something to do with the local spring waters that have advantageous healing properties. I think it also has something to do with the fact that beauty treatments such as facials and scrubs are viewed as essentials — a means of gaining clean and clear skin.
Hungarians even go as far as to believe that treatments are economical because fewer skin problems lead to the need for fewer products. It also helps that beauty therapists are well-respected and have three years of training before they can work on clients. Here are a few Hungarian products I thought you might like to check out.
Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm ($102) is a black thick balm that contains Hungarian Thermal Mud to help unclog pores, draw out impurities, and clear away dead skin. It is also formulated with calcium, magnesium, zinc, and copper, which promotes collagen production while increasing moisture retention. Additional vitamins, and proteins from Hungarian waters, are blended in to help revitalize the skin.
For two more hot Hungarian skin care products
Eve Lom Cleansing Cream ($150) is an an award-winning, modern Hungarian-cult classic. It is a unique, solid cream that melts on your face. When it is massaged into your skin, all of the aromatherapy oils and cleansing properties are released.
It is recommended for removal with a muslin cloth (which also helps exfoliate)! Fans of this cleansing cream say it works wonders to remove all traces of makeup, grease, and dirt.
Ilsci Sour Cherry Gel Mask (approximately $45) is an antiaging, antioxidant-rich, fruit-acid facial mask made from herbs, fruits, and vegetables. It is perfect for those with dry skin that are looking to tighten up their pores and rehydrate their skin.
Apply a thin layer to a clean face and breathe in the sweet smell for 15 minutes. Rinse well and pat skin dry with a clean cloth.You can purchase the mask by calling the US-distributing company szep elet, llc at (888) 290-6238.